Hindu Calendar 2018 with Tithi | Panchang 2018 [Vikram Samvat 2074]

Among of all calendar, Hindu Calendar is a very ancient calendar. It very differs from other. It is very traditional calendar, which is related to Hindu mythology and Hindu festivals. The principal Hindu Calendar was created in the late BC time through cosmic methods of insight. Hindu calendar is also known as Tyohar calendar or Panchang calendar.

Panchang Calendar 2018

Panchang Calendar 2018, Hindu Calendar 2018

The structure of the Hindu Calendar is obviously made out of days making months making years. The arrangement of depicting days is the same in both the sun based and lunisolar time-tables. The arrangement of portraying months and this years is the thing that recognizes the sun oriented and lunisolar calendar from each other. We might first depict the day, at that point the months and year of the sun-oriented time-table, and after that the months and year of the lunisolar schedule.

Hindu Calendar 2018 Wedding Dates

Panchang Calendar 2018

It is in Hindi and Sanskrit language. Well it is very easy to read for who belongs to Hindu religion. If you don’t know about Hindu calendar or you’re not belonging to Hindu religion then you should know that Hindu New Year is different from international New Year. Yes… it is not 1st January. Hindu New Year depends on both solar and lunisolar activity. Hindu New year is known as Vikram samvat. According to Hindu calendar, Vikram samvat starts with tithi or moon lunar position. Hindu calendar has 12 months (Maas), which is the concept of Zodiac sign. For your knowledge here you find these twelve months Chaitra, Vaisakha, Jyaistha, Asadha, Sravana, Bhadrapada, Asvina, Kartika, Agrahayana, Pausa, Magha and Phalguna.

Hindu Calendar 2018

The weekdays are usual as seven which is Ravi vaasara, Som vaasara, Mangal vaasara, Budh vaasara, Guru vaasarra, Shukra vaasara, Sani vaasara. These all seven day’s are variations of solar system’s planets names of the celestial bodies of the Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn. Apart from these Hindu calendar also have some Vedic concept which is using from ancient time. There some vedic terms which is Nakshtra, Krishna paksha, Ashwin paksha, Karana, Yoga, Dasha, Disha etc.

Every month or Maas has thirty tithi, which is based on moon position and solar position. The Hindu Calendar has been being used in the Indian subcontinent since antiquated circumstances, and stays being used by the Hindus in India and Nepal especially to set the Hindu celebration dates. However, it is using all over India. Hindu calendar is the most ancient calendar in the world. Which is designed by mathematics and solar calculations.

All tithis or dates and paksha are designed by solar calculation systems. It is most interesting to know that Hindu calendar designed by 9 planets and solar positions. Which has festival tithis and paksha according to Zodiac and planet sign. Hindu calendar dates are not fix every time as other what we use. Why it happens…? This is very simple to understand. ‘

As solar system change position according to it’s derived or moving position the date or tithi change by planet and solar position. This is the only reason Diwali,Holi, Navratri, Dussehra ,Maha Shivratri, RamNavmi, Pongal, Onam,Durga Pooja and other Hindu festivals. Hindu researchers endeavored to keep time by watching and ascertaining the cycles of sun (Surya), moon and the planets. These Moon and planets cycles describe festival’s tithi or date.

All Hindus festivals only depend on solar and moon cycles. Hindu not even believe in tithi also they are very possessive for time and direction conditions, Because solar system work with time, space and direction terms. This is the reason why Hindu use date and time as well in calendar. For festival, Hindu calendar maintain every day position of the moon.

Through this, the major festival are decided by moon positions. Every festival is observed by lunar positions and it has some certain time. Which is further observed by nine planetary positions. All these decide festival tithi or date and time or Samay-avadhi.  Hindu Calendar is not based on mythology but it has pure scientific calculations. However it’s a rumor that Hindu are more depend on myths but if you look carefully then you will get to know how Hindu calendar is more close to scientific calculations not just a myth.

January 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

January 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

February 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

February 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

March 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

 March 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

April 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

April 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

May 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

May 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

June 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

June 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

July 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

July 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

August 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

August 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

September 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

September 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

October 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

October 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

November 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

November 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

December 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

December 2018 Hindu Calendar with Tithi

 

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